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for a ball game in baltimore's camden yard. the orioles get ready to face cleveland. tom davis with rick dempsey. as always sunday, sunday. >> another edition of dempsey's dugout. what do you you have? >> the future of the orioles lays in the pitching staff. joining me is the newest member to the rotation, brian madison. we sat around and talked baseball and how quick his future changed this year. >> hi, i'm rick dempsey. welcome to dempsey's dugout and joining me as soon as he can get here, brian madis, the newest edition to the orioles rotation and i have to laugh, brian. we had you and in sinclair, interviewing you earlier in the season and i don't think you truly believed be he i -- when i told you you could pipe this year at the major league level. >> i wanted to believe you, rick. i couldn't see it happening. i can't believe i have been give then opportunity. i am heap to be here now. be able to give me the chance to come here and meek starts. >> you know we had a good start and pitched well. you deserved and got a chance to pitch at double-a ball. >> it was not too big of a jump
that will be near camden yards at the inner harbor. promoters say that means international exposure bringing 150,000 people to baltimore and getting $100 million for the city. some race fans worry that while the city can present a great tourist package, can the city get its roads into track shape? >> i think it would do wonders for the city. clean up the roads. the roads do suck. they are not -- definitely not ready for grand prix. i was in monaco. that race was amazing. >> reporter: the news conference kicks off at noon at the sports legends museum at camden yards and two-time indianapolis 500 winner al unser jr. is expected to attend the news conference today and will be here tomorrow. >>> fans in south korea celebrating y. e. yang's historic win over tiger woods. it makes the 37-year-old first asian-born golfer 110th in the world, to win a major golf tournament. he beat tiger by three strokes. >>> he had to be quick but there was quite a deal. a four-star hotel in venice mistakenly offered a romantic weekend for just a penny. this cheap price was offered on their web site. at first the hote
on a course that would be set up near camden yards in the inner harbor. promoters said the race would bring 150,000 people to baltimore, and generate upwards of $1 million of economic impact. tonight, stan the fan charles interviewed one of the men responsible for bringing that race to baltimore. >>> meteorologist wyatt everhart will join us next with a look at how it's going to get hot as you head back to work tomorrow. also, an update on rescue efforts after a deadly typhoon overseas. >>> plus, president obama may be softening his position on healthcare. >>> and if you sun blocks turn up the heat. making complaints about the sun and why you might look older. hi everyone. my name is lisa, and you should pick me to come to california to be the next happy cow. gimme a c. gimme an a. gimme an l. gimme an i. gimme an f. gimme an, um, o. gimme a, uh, whatever! let's go to california! how do you spell california? announcer: great milk comes from happy cows. happy cows come from california. look for dairy brands with the real california seals. lisa: vote for lisa! >>> well you know, it's a good i
on the morning commute coming up with the traffic and the weather. >> i'm pete gilbert. toronto at camden yards? maybe not what they want. michael vick returns to put all paris wi hey smart, heard you're getting free nights from hotels.com. how? well, funny you should ask. you see, after i book 10 nights, i get a free one. say i spend 2 nights at a big name hotel, 3 at a boutique, and 5 at a beach resort... and boom! free night. ( dings, monkey chatters ) ( in a baby voice )@ aren't you a smart one? ( monkey laughs )@ accumulate 10 nights and get a night free. welcomerewards from hotels.com. smart. so smart. it's delicious. delicious. i know. but it can't have... can't have about half a day's worth of fiber? i assure you it does. i was expecting... expecting sawdust and cardboard? i know. i can only taste... only taste the crunchy clusters, honey, and brown sugar. no madam, i don't have esp. ok. i'll take a box, but you probably already knew that. (announcer) fiber one. cardboard no. delicious yes. >> i>> the orioles wrap up their road trip and got a pretty good victory then came home to face t
station. the metro subway is on time. a bart train is on time on the camden and japthe penn. rogeback to sandra shaul. >> good morning. " you are enjoying the cooler temperatures. we're in the 60's in most locations. we had tropical moisture on the weekend. it's out of the year thanks to high pressure over the great lakes. what we are dealing with to our south as a stalled out front to the south of central maryland. it's running along there. there's a risk of showers early on today in ocean city and south of central maryland. going up to the mid 70's this afternoon. 56 degrees currently. york pennsylvania is the coolest spot. 73 degrees in ocean city. cooler at the western part of the state. in the mountains today under sunny skies, only 67 degrees. looking more like late september. 74 degrees in central maryland, 74 in southern maryland with a slight chance of thunderstorms there. a shower in ocean city with a few clouds and 75 degrees today. there's a small craft advisory on the chesapeake with gusty wind out of the north at 10-15 knots. gusts up to 24 knots. waves up to 3 feet. alm
two out of the first and the series obviously will don't tomorrow night here at baltimore's camden yards. rick dempsey is faking this loss very hard as he would as a player i think at this point. when you look at it, how difficult of a game when you think back and recap it in your own mind is it to lose after you battle back and tie it twice? >> i was talking about it in the 13th inning it will be a lot more difficult for the orioles because they actually did come back. rick talked about the deficits you have down 4-0. brian roberts hits the homerun. then you get the nick markakis homerun to tie it up 6-6. at the end of the day, you had a guy you hoped sooner or later is go going to start pitching well. the orioles take advantage of the  ♪  ♪ tell me who's watching. (announcer) it's right here. it's easy. ♪ i always feel like somebody's watching me. ♪ it's the money you could be saving with geico.  >>> hey, welcome back, check out the numbers on the game total pitches used, 456. this game lasted four hours and 28 minutes, 37 total base hi
: welcome back t camden yard, everybody. time to break in. paul bird gets the start for the red sox. right now beating the blue jays in the 6th inning. the giants are within one game now of the rockies for the nl wild card, and jake petey leads against norfolk with tightness in the arm. jim? >> jim: thank you. here is wieters leading off in the 6th.   and meets looks over the breaking ball for a strike. wieters, wigginton, izturis, the lower third of the battle line up. and over to right center field. falling, falling, falling, sizemore makes a dive inside and can't make the ball. wieters lead you have single. >> buck: ' flairs it right in front of grady sizemore whose dye was a little short of the -- dive was a little short of the mark. he is now on the board with a hit. >> jim: and wigginton on with wieters on at 14th. a lot of room on the right -- 1st. and breaking ball freezes eggs, outside, 1-0. >> buck: 2 strikeouts in a 1, 2, 3, 5th inning. >> jim: inside with a breaking ball. >> buck: he is riding himself a little here as he slows the orioles of down,
in some marked train delay this afternoon on the brunswick and camden line and thousands of other baltimore people day 2 of code red has resulted in plenty of misery. for most of this summer those who earn their leaving outside have been spared. but crews working on northern parkway knew this day would come. the sweltering heat is taking it's toll. >> you are going to cut off work early today. >> yes. >>reporter: because of the heat. >> it's too hot. too much for my guys. >>reporter: city cooling center on york road and go van. >> we are on our last case right now. >>reporter: hottest commodity is on ice. it is going quickly. >> we have quite a few people coming in. they are looking to cool off and also asking for the water. mostly the water. to cool them off. >> had a but sir. >>reporter: but anthony snow ball stand the heat is good for business. >> sure that's enough. >>reporter: at least most of the time. >> you have a lot of people that don't come out in the heat. once the humidity goes down and the temperature goes down a little bit it gets better. >> drink a lo
at guilford and fayette. marc is on time on the camden, penn, brunswick lines and the metro subway looks good for travel. for the mta transit team, i'm mark jones. how about a swim? i'm a little irregular today. don't you eat activia? for my little issues? summer is no time to put up with even occasional digestive problems. take the activia challenge now. it works, or it's free. ♪ activia how about a swim? i'm a little irregular today. don't you eat activia? for my little issues? summer is no time to put up with even occasional digestive problems. take the activia challenge now. it works, or it's free. ♪ activia when morning comes in the middle of the night, [ rooster crow ] it affects your entire day. to get a good night's sleep, try 2-layer ambien cr. the first layer dissolves quickly... to help you fall asleep. and unlike other sleep aids, a second dissolves slowly to help you stay asleep. when taking ambien cr, don't drive or operate machinery. sleepwalking, and eating or driving... while not fully awake with memory loss for the event... as well as abnormal behaviors... such as being
a copy of your next visit here to camden yards. there is an interesting feature about the players and their cooperation of the sbc afor helping animals and trying to find animals homes. apparently the players are putting together a favorite calendar with their best dogs shot up to center field. two men out. >> jim: firewood for the winter right here. kindling will get it going. there is your expo. right on the label. in the old days you would have to hit balls three or four or five inches, higher to break a bat. now, i mean that was right on the trademark. >> jim: here's luke scott back in the lineup. he has been battling a little bit of the flu bug. luke has had a tough time since the all-star break finding any kind of consistent stroke. there was a time he was above .300. now he is at .267. >> jim: those are the kind of at bats you want right there. there you go. scott, select company. trying to stay back. use the whole field. 3-1 the count. every time he struggles i remember what paul o'neal told me about hitting the ball to left field. he said there is gold out there. stay on
orioles were looking to end the monday of july on a positive note. it just warns meant to be. camden yards, we start in the 6th inning. aubrey huff, drive goes deep to center field. guthrie gives up three home runs in the game. kevin youkilis, giving the red sox their home run. 6-5. now, can births recover after their tough loss yesterday? find out tonight. see all the action right here. >> you have to bring your canned foods and some money out to the game tonight, please, so we can raise cash and food for the maryland food bank. it's needed. >> it is need. >> you were down there yesterday. >> i was there yesterday. before that, i need to say, i was talking to the fund-raiser director, she was saying "everybody deserves to eat." >> you're right. wjz is helping with the effort. the rain cleared out before the game. >> i was scared though. >> oh ye of little faith. >> today, much the same as yesterday as far as the temperatures are concerned. yesterday got cooler after the rain moved by. humidity stayed high. today we're not teague -- dealing with the rain. that's a positive, hopefully the b
of those nights last night at orioles park at camden yard. i'm gary thorne, who would have guessed they would put up record numbers. we'll talk about them throughout the game. who would have guessed felix pie would come up with the cycle. he wanted the ball hit by terry crowley. he said think about what you've done. you don't realize what i did. the think of it as a no hit fore or the pitcher. jerry said when you hit for the cycle it's like pitching a no- hitter. there's only been 294 cycles. 292 no hitters. this seize on 6 have hit for the cycle, 2 have no hitters. >> if you look at the orioles it's huff, robinson and ripken. a good company. he almost had two guys have the ability to do it. you get the eighth and 9th hitters get 7 hits you have a good night. >> tonight it's the home debut for a young start. brian matusz first time-out before the home crowd in baltimore. it was autograph day earlier, now it's time to play ball. you've taken steps to try and lower both your numbers. but how close are you to your goals? there may be more you can do. only caduet combines two proven me
sports is live at camden yards. >> hey, mark. >> hey, guys. hot day for baseball and football. orioles at home tonight. ravens on the practice field tonight. the latest on both birds when when morning comes in the middle of the night... rooster crow. ...it affects your entire day. to get a good night's sleep, try 2-layer ambien cr. the first layer dissolves quickly to help you fall asleep. and unlike other sleep aids, a second dissolves slowly to help you stay asleep. when taking ambien cr, don't drive or operate machinery. sleepwalking, and eating or driving while not fully awake with memory loss for the event as well as abnormal behaviors such as being more outgoing or aggressive than normal, confusion, agitation and halluciations may occur. don't take it with alcohol as it may increase these behaviors. allergic reactions such as shortness of breath, swelling of your tongue or throat may occur and in rare cases may be fatal. side effects may include next-day drowsiness, dizziness, and headache. in patients with depression, worsening of depression, including risk of suicide may occur.
inning at camden yards. orioles tied it in the bottom of the ninth with a manufactured run. >>> double by brian roberts. and then the stolen base. adam jones would get it in with a sacrifice fly. there it is. pretty good but 333 feet down the line. gets brian roberts in it to make it 8-8. figgins has two doubles and three rbis. he has one of those. scored two runs. he leads the league in runs scored. if he gets on, he is probably going to steal another base. jim johnson has an easy 99, 95, 98 on that pitch. >> one time starter coming through the orioles system. johnson and chris ray in the seven man bullpen two pitchers drafted and developed by the orioles. 3-2, aubrey huff we'll go to the base unassisted and jim johnson has a three up there's down inning. we'll led to the bottom of the tenth. pxopo  >>> we go to the bottom of tenth inning tied at 8. jim johnson did his job. orioles's bullpen the last three innings has not aloud a run. here's hoe says say arredondo to come on. a run in the accepting. but he stranded two runners. no runs in the eighth. baez had
's --  >>> is a sunny and warm sunda afternoon at camden yards. it is a perfect day for baseball as the orioles take on the los angeles angels. it is the third game and i'm jim hunter. thanks for joining us today as the orioles get back at it. today they send their most experienced pitcher to the mound, jeremy guthrie. he has struggled with consistency, which in the past he has had almost start after start. here are the current numbers. he has lost his last four starts and pitched to a very high era of 6.57. he hasn't won a game since a very good outing july 19th against the white objection and combined over his last seven starts he has won only one game. the question is we know he has the stuff. how does he get more consistent. >> jim: you know he is a high energy guy. i told him we live in the same apartment complex, i said tomorrow try pitching and do it well and sit on the bench. don't keep running around. high energy guy, he has tried different mechanical stuff. but at the end of the day he has to establish better pitches. this is not a good team to make mistakes against. the angels, he kn
with a water main break repair their as well. light rail is on schedule. no delays on the camden or brent declines. back to sandra shaw. >> we have an active hd doppler this morning. most of the activity is to the south and east of baltimore. there is a slow-moving front that has not cleared the area yet. there is a storm cellar around st. michael's. around baltimore city, some light rain. no big deal. this energy will move up and out of the area. we will remain settled -- unsettled and cloudy today. 75 degrees downtown. 69 degrees in pennsylvania. it's 77 degrees in ocean city. a lovely days in the mountains of western maryland. they get more of the showers yesterday. they are looking at 74 degrees with partly cloudy skies. we will see some clearing going on. mostly cloudy skies and they hate at 81 degrees in the baltimore metropolitan area. a northerly wind flow will keep us cooler than normal for august. we should be up to 87 degrees. the surface temperature is at 73 degrees. the bay water in the chesapeake is in the 80's. record high, 105. from 57-66 degrees tonight. mostly clear afte
at camden yards. >>> twins are playing the tigers right now. dell month young hitting a solo home run to centerfield gig the apes -- moving to the bottom of the 5th inning, miguel cabrera hits a two-run home run to left field. adding to this incident, it's minnesota twins, tigers 3. the tigers trying to pad their lead in the american league's central division. the cleveland indians leading the chicago white sox 5-3 in the top half of the inning. red sox play the yankees. we'll be back to preview tomorrow night's game in baltimore's camden yards, jeremy guthrie on the hill. that story coming up next. 7 out of 10 men prefer degree fragrances... over a leading old spice fragrance. ♪ ♪ new degree men's deodorant. mind-blowing fragrances. over a leading old spice fragrance. ♪ ♪ new degree men's deodorant. mind-blowing fragrances. . >> jim: this one hit to right field, diving catch as he hung long enough for markakis to get there. >> tom: tom davis with rick dempsey after the orioles lost to the toronto blue jays 7-3. cesar izturis went 2-for-4 with an rbi double. izturis is standin
on the trains this morning. the delays on the brentwood lines or camden. a few diversions with buses due to water main break repair. 21 thus diverting at -- 21 bus diverting. 17 thus diverting due to construction as well. no delays although the rain will slow the buses as well as the morning -- morning commute continues. actress sandra shaw. morning. >> good morning. -- back to sandra shaw. good morning. >> the morning. this moisture is coming up from the south. an area of low pressure is along the state which is stirring things up. another batch of showers will move through the afternoon after the morning clears up. 75 degrees downtown. 72 degrees at bwi marshall. it will be gorgeous in the state of maryland. partly cloudy skies. in baltimore, the front has not made its way through all the way. a mostly cloudy sky cover today. it will not be as humid. we are seeing more of a northernly flow. as far as the beaches go, 79 degrees in ocean city. the surface temperature is not far off from the air temperature. 73 degrees in the atlantic. though a's in the harbor. -- an 80's in the harbor wa
if this is not get done by midnight. the nationals were off tonight, but at camden yards, vladimir guerrero had a big night. this blue this thing wide open. vladimir cairo just hit another one. michael vick continues to be a controversial figure and one of the major topics. he was back on the field for the fourth day and donovan mcmahan says hes ine with thehim if it helps them get to the super bowl. >> it helped miami last year. if that was the direction we were going in, i would not have a problem with it at all. >> the redskins now have the ravens loss behind them. the redskins know they have to eliminate mistakes, be more physical. i want you to listen to clinton portis who will make his debut on saturday night. >> everybody knows what went wrong. you cannot just contribute everything to the bottom -- to the baltimo defense. we messed up. >> with temperatures in the 90's, a few of the rockies got tied up. while the veteran scott pleaded -- while the veterans pleaded innocent, the rookies did not say they tied themselves up. >> he put his arm around me, and said do not fight it. they mean it. it
will cooperate at camden yards throughout the weekend. we're going to seeain't the beer cold? we're going to wish it will be. meteorologist tim williams has the details coming up shortly. now back inside. >>> thank you. the ravens are the buzz around baltimore today with an impressive start to their season last night. they hosted and joe flacco came out throwing. a short toss to rice who turns it into a long game and led to a field goal on the first possession. the defense up to its old tricks and takes care of a 23-0 win over washington. >>> protected the football, defense played well, young offensive lineman, a lot of goo things. >> the guys did a great job getting calls, they did some things that shook us up and they made crucial catches down the line. >> couple of bumps and bruises for the ravens in the game, among those, a cut to his forhead when he lost his helmet, ravens take on the jets in the next preseason game, that's august 24th. he kept playing. still to come at noon. >>> saying good-bye, family and friends gather together as eunice kennedy shriver is lay to rest in a private fu
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. >>> the hot weather is slowingci csx issued heatrsesiconti ic orders on the camden and brunswick lines. tr r weded uc educ speetds. ean maryl md transar ra tistmiayonrahes s t restrictions could cause delays that could range from 10 minutes to 35 minutes. >>> so will the heat stick with us tonight and tomorrow? let's check with bob ryan. >> certainly the humidity. it's a hot day, but nothing really exceptional. look at the temperature here. northwest washington, we made it up to 90 degrees. the record, by the way, 1930. 102. even at that, our temperature at 90 was only between degrees above our average. and now we're back into the 80s. it is humid and so the heat index makes it feel like it's into the low 90s. we'll be seeing more of that, that is hayes and humidity. tomorrow will be a little weak weather front, so i think there is a likelihood we'll have the risk of some afternoon thunderstorms and a heat wave, i think that could e building as we get on into the weekend. i'll tell you more about that and show issue incredible pictures of some terrible flooding today around kentucky. >> than
announcement about the baltimore grand prix. it would happen sometime in 2011 or a course near camden yards at the inner harbor. promoters say the race would bring 150,000 people to baltimore and generate upwards of $100 million of economic impact not to mention the international exposure. >> i would love to see it. do i think the streets are good for it? no. but i think the city, if they really wanted it they could definitely, greg, could definitely flatten it out and make it a good course. >> reporter: two-time indy 500 winner al unser jr. is expected to attend today's conference, starts at noon at the sports legends museum in downtown baltimore. sherrie johnson, abc2 news. >>> the orioles will have to go 33-12 the rest of the way to finish with a winning record. this one yesterday hurt. it proved 13 is an unlucky number. down 6-2 to the angels, the orioles died it up, then died 7-6, 8-6. orioles tied it in the bottom of the ninth at 8-8. it remained that way in the 10th. the 11th, the 12th, and in the 13th. as you see the wheels came off. so did the bumpers, the side doors and the roof
:16. here's kim. >> i'm getting word of a crash downtown, south paca and west camden street. be aware of that. aside from that no problems, northbound 95 or northbound 395 into the city. however, they are still working that gas main break, that is going to be doubt at north charles street at west eager street. that has the right lane blocked. a crash reported southbound 295 at russell street, still pretty early in the commute. that shouldn't impact at this hour howard county, jessup, route 1 at route 175, that earlier crash has been cleared. this is downtown fayette street at st. paul street. you can see we have the city starting to wake up a little there but no problems. as we economic the problems, 695 at the bw parkway, building volume on the southbound side but again no real issues to let you know about. this traffic report brought to you by -- if you're looking for a business you know you can trust let your better business bureau do the work for you with the 18 video business directory. log on to abc2news.com/bbb. back to you. >>> 6:17. a look at news around the nation. we'll s
south. unfortunately that is what we had to call camden yards this weekend. [ boys screaming ] hi, i just switched jobs, and i want to roll over my old 401(k) into a fidelity ira. man: okay, no problem. it's easy to get started. i can help you with the paperwork. um... this green line just appeared on my floor. that's guidance from fidelity. it's the route to your financial goals. could you hold on a second? whatever your destination, fidelity has the people, guidance and investments to help you find your way. this is going to be helpful. contact us today. >> it wasn't supposed to go this badly again, but the orioles have won just three times since the all-star break and things seem to be go from bad to worse. yesterday against the red sox while being swept at camden yards gave up 18 runs. it started off badly in the first inning. bases loaded for j.d. drew. berkin couldn't get out of the second inning. a three r.b.i. double. red sox get out to a 7-0 lead. but credit baltimore. birds battle back. a two-run shot in the third. orioles exorcism times in the frame. takes 7-6 ball game. t
would happen some time in 2011 on a course near camden yards and the inner harbor. >> our next steps are to complete the principle studies that runs way, including our traffic management study, our noise mitigation study, and to determine what capital improvements need to be made to the course before indycars can run in the streets of baltimore. >> official says they will meet with people from communities most directly affected by the race and the crowds to hear their concerns. two-time annapolis 500 winner al unser, junior attended today's announcement. he'll be with us tomorrow for "good morning maryland" at 9 a.m. >>> they shield you from dangerous rays. coming up, new claims that some sunscreens could also block aging. >>> and what is old is new again. christmas club accounts are making a comeback. >>> and yesterday we gave you a 2-degree guarantee for today of 91 degrees. the high today officially at bwi 89. so we did hit that 2-degree guarantee. we've gone six days in a row, and guess what? the day of the bobblehead is now gone. >> get out! >> we're going back do abc 2 umbrella
a world series last year. >> jim: last time the orioles trailed the blue jays by 4 was add camden yard -- at camden yards in the 8th. they only have one at-bat here. >> buck: just a matter of fact efficient game for halladay. orioles got to him early. they were ahead 2-1 heading into the bottom of the 3rd but then a four-run outburst by the blue jays put halladay ahead for good. 2-1 on the corner for a strike. melvin thought it was outside. slumping the shoulders after the called strike 2. dave trembley looking for his team to get some base runners here to make it interesting in the 9th inning. 2-2 is fouled off i i you are not going to win too many games when you give up 14 hits. that's the base here. 14 hits, 7 runs for toronto. 2- 2 on mora with scott on deck. >> jim: outside, ball 3, good at-bat for mora. both of these teams are on the move after the game. the orioles head home, 8-day 7- game stretch coming. blue jays head to tampa. and mora gets on base. that was very good at-bat for mora, very patient. he is on with a leadoff walk here in the 9th inning. >> jim: here is an update
a live report at camden yards. coming up next in sports. >>> we always say that the o's don't like it when they're on the road. and they like it each less when they're coming back with injury. >> not pretty. >> they've been dealing with injuries. that's for sure. we have an injury update. we'll start with pitcher brad burgeson who did throw on the side today. still experiencing some pain in his left leg. you'll recall, he took a line drive to his left shin. well, it was a shin injury that did complete this. his first at bat. he fouled a ball off his leg. that injury caused him to hit out yesterday. but roberts is back in the lineup today. the swelling and the injury has gone down. roberts, though, will be probably wearing a shin guard. in the seven-game home stand. for keeping an eye on the development of the rookie birds, pitcher brian matis made his second major league start. matis fell victim to the home run. the first off the bat of oriole, kevin millar. that's the first time matis has given up a home run as a big leaguer. he went on to allow two more. in what ended up as a 7-3
the hungry. we need your help to do this. you can take nonperishable foods to camden, we'll collect your donations at the gate. today you can look for us. it's all part of wjz's commitment and we'll keep you post on the weather, looks like storms rolling through right now. chances are they could have a little bit of a delay today because of the storms. stick it out and hopefully the bigger thunderstorms are rolling by and maybe a slight delay and we get the game in. >> another chance to beat the red sox. >>> all aboard, it's a fun- fill day and going on at the maryland fairgrounds. >> you can immerse yourself in everything trains. good morning, sharon. >> reporter: when you think of trains, you think of christmas time but apparently they are all year around sport for some. they have have a big train show going on at the fairgrounds, 90 exhibits. good morning. 9090 exhibits. is this for collectors? >> new-comers, novice, anyone, collectors, you can find all types of trains here from all price ranges. >> new and old? >> yes. >> reporter: what about all of the little houses and the f
the light street pavilion. two nights later, things are getting back to normal. at camden yards, some fans traveled thousands of miles to see their team. they did not expect to hear about a double shooting five blocks away. >> wherever you go in a big city, to be at the right place at the right time instead of the wrong time. >> reporter: there is no doubt the police presence has been step upped in the harbor. but city officials say that's not enough. they're calling for tougher prosecution and longer sentences for violent offenders. >> i'm convinced that good police enforcement followed by good prosecution and real jail sentences will solve all of those problems. >> when we identify individuals who are carrying illegal weapons, and we arrest them, then the system has to do the rest. that to me in my view is not happening. >> reporter: the city's top prosecutor counters that she and her staff are doing all they can to fight gang violence. right now it not a crime in maryland to be a member of the gang. pat jessamy would like to change that. >> there will be several meetings the month of ju
're going to be signing autographs, 5:30 to 6:30 here at camden yards. you can relive your memories from one of the o's most memorable teams. that's going to be on friday, the 20th anniversary of the 89 ball club. and it's fireworks night and student night, so all kinds of reasons to be here. here is kurt suzuki who grounded out his first time up. and suzuki will take the pitch. he's got 66, he's now tied for fifth in the league in free passes. >> jim: we saw an 0-2 hit-and- run. so bob geren, he'll start runners. >> gary: jones has that lined up. suzuki retired. one away. >> jim: that way, i saw jack today. he played with the orioles a brief time, home run guy. i said you look faster. he was talking to clubhouse guy butch reynolds. he goes, do you hear, butch. he said i was fast. no, no, i didn't say you were fast. i said you were faster. doesn't mean you were fast. >> gary: there's a difference. >> gary: one down here. everidge struck out his first time up. he has that cust cut. came up from triple-a on july 28th. he's started each of the 15 games since. he was rolling in the minors, .338,
a little rain coming down at camden yards, second game of the four-game set. two teams who are meeting for the first time this season hoping to get in this game, too. hi, everybody. the rain actually just started here at camden yards. there was little bit during the batting practice. both of the teams able to get in their pre-game work-outs before the tarp had to g out on the field, so we're waiting. hopefully the showers will go by. a heartbreaking loss to the orioles. marte with a home run in the ballgame last night. ninth inning would put it away for cleveland aone-run win. for only the third time this season, the orioles lost the ballgame where we had a lead go ing into the ninth. it was the fifth time this year that the cleveland indians pulled out a win where they have trailed go ing into the ninth inning. for cleveland, these are friendly confines. in fact, anywhere other than cleveland is is a friendly confine. you take a look at the numbers they have put up this season. for the orioles at home, the largest difference in the majors in their home batting average compared to thei
at camden yards today. >> (applause). >> returning veteran pilots performed a military jet flyover before the game. a member of each branch of the service represented more than 650 veterans all wearing red, white and blue caps. >> it's humbling. all i feel is like i went out and did my job and got to come home. this is an awful lot for them to do for us. i'm pretty happy about it. >> the veteran affairs maryland health care system also helped. highlights 've the game coming up in sports. >>> he had one of his best games as a pro last night as
wound to the test. in north baltimore's camden community, a man and woman were shot in the 1000 block of 36 street after 11:00 saturday night. nonthreatening injuries -- non- life threatening injuries. no word on a suspect. >> ♪ i know god is watching for me ♪ >> in memory of michael white jr., songs of praise. he was killed on peston street at fremont ave. police have not made any arrests. there's no word on what led to the violence. a 16 year-old bicyclist was struck by a suspected drunk driver on a howard county road. ben wortman was riding on route 100 april friday when a car driven by a 26 year-old aaron jacob lorsong knocked him off the road. it was under the influence of alcohol and heroin on him. he was released after posting $1,000 bail. the boy died. in montgomery county a driver responsible for losa hit and run accident. the women were in the crosswalk at capitalview avenue. the driver did not stop, hitting the victims so hard-won was dragged as many as 113 feet. >> one lady was in the middle of the street. the other was against the 25- mile speed limit sign. her leg wa
preseason still weeks away but we got a taste of it at camden yards. the red sox beat the os yesterday 18-10. with the win the red sox sweep the entire weekend series. boston has a total of 28 runs and 47 hits. they have now beaten the orioles 11 times in 13 tries. the orioles left -- the orioles are just 2-5 on the home stand. now the orioles go to detroit -- >> hey. that's why they are there. >>> joe flacco has his main target back. derrick mason ended his retirement and came back to a standing ovation in westminster. linda so, with more on what you think about this. >> reporter: there are plenty of ravens fans out here at the 7-eleven in carney. they say this is great news for a monday morning. derek derrick mason's comeback just the pick me up they need. the star receiver announced retirement three weeks ago but since had a change of heart. he was back on the field sunday for first practice with the ravens and despite the rain fans were delighted to see him. the 35-year-old pro bowler said his family was the main reason he decided to retire. that decision came not long after the une
final. >>> camden yards tonight. top of the order os down 6-0 when the red sox would add to their misery. first career home run. 18-10. >>> mystics in action this afternoon looking for revenge after losing to the fever on thursday but no such luck. the mystics lose. >>> tiger woods failed to make the cut at the british and everyone was shocked but i think nobody would be surprised in the next tournament ending up on top. he enters the final round in first. 17 under not for long. 15-footer regaining the lead. then on 18 he has got a three- stroke lead but not satisfied. his fourth win on tour this year. 69th of his career. >>> up two on the 9th. former terps draining the birdie to push his lead to 3. then up by five strokes ends the day with a six-shot win at the u.s. senior open. >> all right, brett. >> what a life. >> not bad. >> what does it look like? >> should be quiet for the monday morning commute. shouldn't be any trouble. >> good night. captions by: caption colorado, llc 800-775-7838 email: comments@captioncolorado.com say to me, "all you insurance companies are... "you know, al
up the series with the as in the daylight at camden yards. they won last night but are struggling. birds went in today trying to avoid the 10th defeat in the last 13 games. top of the first. jason burk en. in a jam with runners on the corns and one out. he strikes out. former orioles cusp. he fires the second out. and double play. to end the first. top of the fourth. powell unloads on the ber kin pitch to deep right field. heads for eutaw street. two run shot. his third. and the as take the lead. bottom of the fourth. two on, two out for wigginton. he lines one to center. but davis sprints in. makes the nice dive and catch to end the inning. robbing the o's of at least one run. it was important. because bottom of the sixth they are trailing four-zero. huff with a deep fly to left center. it carries into the seats for the two run homer. his 13th of the year. and they cut the as lead in half. and they were not done. later in the inning. wieters at the plate. he lines one in to center. davis tries to short hop it but ball scoots by him. scott scores. and wieters pulled in to third af
the baltimore grand prix. the race would happen sometime in 2011 or a course near camden yards at the inner harbor. promoters say the race would bring 150,000 people to baltimore and generate close to $100 million of economic impact. not to mention the international exposure. >> i would love to see it. do i think the streets are good for it? no but i think the city, if they really wanted it they could definitely -- greg -- could definitely flatten it out and make it a good course. >> reporter: two-time indianapolis 500 winner al enser jr. is expected to attend the conference today. it starts at noon in the legends museum in downtown baltimore. sherrie johnson, abc2 news. >>> good morning, everyone. iet meteorologist susan shrack. it's muggy this morning. looking out over the inner harbor, just a little haze, 70 degrees, relative humidity 90%. and the wind is calm. barometric pressure is on the way down. satellite and radar composite shows that a couple of high thin clouds over top of us right now. that should be clearing out as the sun rises. we'll see a little fog around this morning bu
kroncke with the mta. >> good morning, sarah. looking good no thraze to be pen camden or mark trains. the dwirgs on sinclair due to construction and fifth and 18 buses running a little late. with the mta transit team i'm kurt kroncke now back to sandra shaw. >> good morning. we have a couple unsettled weather days to make it through before the good part of the weekend, which will be sunday. this morning not a lot of precipitation. all the activity is still well to our west and it is significant. associated with the front a deliberate mover, that said the muggy air mass you can feel outside today to see showers and storms more organized tonight as the front makes its approach through the state. 81 in cam bridge, 7t easton and if you think it's really hot there's a reason, it's actually warm and muggy outside. that's really what's causeing the problems. 80 degrees for the mountains. you're going to see a limited amount of sun today. for us basically partly cloudy for the majority of the day then the storms are going to start firing up. high 89 going to feel like it's in the low 90's wi
has the morning commute. >> good morning. the commute start good on the marc, no delays on the camden, penn, or brunswick lines. on the buses, 15 diverted at mulberry and saratoga due to construction. the number 8 is 15 minutes late. heavy volume on the 7, 23 and 5 buses. light rail and metro subway are on time. for the mta transit team, i'm mark jones. fresh express... <. you can tells ...and when it's not fresh express. at fresh express, we harvest everÑo the peak ofnos, ...then capture that natural goodness for salads so consistently fresh and delicis... ...they're guaranteed. fresh express. consistently, deliciously fresh. [ engine powers down ] gentlemen, you booked your hotels on orbitz. well, the price went down, so you're all getting a check thanks. for the difference. except for you -- you didn't book with orbitz, so you're not getting a check. well, i think we've all learned a valuable lesson today. good day, gentlemen. thanks a lot. thank you. introducing hotel price assurance, where if another orbitz customer books the same hotel for less, we send you a check for the di
. >> good morning. out there now you'll find on the marc train the camden and penn line services operating on time. but on the brunswick line, 890 running 55 minutes late. and brunswick 892 is cancelled. dc metro folks are honoring tickets on the way to washington. metro looking good. on the 50 bus, diverted at saint clare and chesterfield due to construction. and 1, 3 and 64 diverted at charles and conway. for the mta transit team, i'm mark jones. today i'm making a classic sweet potato pie... everyone can enjoy, lactaid milk. deliciousoló welcome back to the table. love it with lactaid. ? it was like "extreme home makeover" only in this case a community rallied to raise money for a family of 24. john and jeannette murphy adopted 23 special needs children since 1983. they had been living in a crumbling home and just couldn't afford to move the family to somewhere better. so a local opportunity and kenyan kids foundation raised $800,000 and had a brand new home built for the family. it took three and a half years but the -- clan of 24 finally found their new digs. >> people said when
on the marc, no delays on the camden, penn, brunswick lines. light rail and metro subway on schedule. on the buses the 17, a diversion at nursery and winterson, construction ongoing there. a heavy volume on the 7, 23, 19 and 5 bus lines. for the mta transit team, i'm mark jones. yeah, no it's great. i eat anything that i want. key lime pie, pineapple upside down cake, raspberry cheesecake... ... yeah, every night is something different. oh, yeah yeah... ... she always keeps them in the house. no, no, no. i've actually lost weight... i just have a high metabolism or something... ...lucky. babe... umm, i gotta go. (announcer) 28 delicious flavors at around 100 calories each. yoplait, it is so good. ♪ mmm... hot fudge sundae. ♪ ooh! frosted blueberry?!? ♪ over 25 flavors of kellogg's pop-tarts®. and they're all for fun and fun for all. pop-tarts®. made for fun™. >>> clean-up continues this morning in carroll and frederick counties after three tornadoes touched down there on friday. it was the worst damage this town -- this area, rather, has seen in more than a decade. heavy r
camden yards. jason berken. last night's winning pitcher. >> i think learning how to win is understanding that the opportunities that you get in the game probably only come once and you have to take advantage of it. and if you don't, you are going to lose. you will lose. you get a guy on second and nobody out, that's two runs you gotta get later in the game and it's going to come back to bite you. >>> don't forget, folks, orioles baseball here on wjz. tonight, when the birds entertain the cleveland indians. game 3 of the weekend set at 7:00. almost 30 minutes or so, here on wjz. >> all right, stan. sounds good. >>> coming up tonight on 11:00, on wjz's eyewitness news. alabama police are speaking out after seven people are found dead inside a mobile home. >>> also, he was able to walk away from a devastating plane crash. but today, the life of dj a.m. is cut short by a tragedy inside his new york home. >>> and tonight at 7:00, it is the orioles' baseball game here on wjz 13. >>> finally tonight -- i think we're out of time. are we out of time, guys? no? keep going? there's nothing left to
neighborhood. here. >>> here's a look at camden yards from last night. we will remember the gutsy pitching performance of david hernandez. we will remember the home run from melvin mora. we will also remember the mammoth home run off the bat of brad wheaters. we'll remember the bad pitch that gave up the game-winning home run to the cleveland indians, a game they should not have won but they did. stay tuned tonight. >>> what would you do with $325 million? come on. no megamillion winners on tuesday. the jackpot is just swelling out of control right now. now it's up to $325 million. come on. what will do you with that? go to your tv screen at 11:00 and who knows. >> it's been a while since maryland's hit. >> how about somebody from funkstown out in washington county. >> i like it. >> or kent county. >> i say baltimore. >> graysonville. >> flint stone. >> out in western maryland. give me a town. where? parkton? they live enough. >> crownsville. >> there you go. come on. all right. keep it in the state. laurel. all right. you'll be hard pressed to find anyone without a cell phone. >> we hav
in camden yard some day. >> reporter: for steven to make that splash, he needs to continue to work hard because with hard work and perseverance, his dream could come true. especially when you have baseball in your blood. if you missed the orioles game against the red sox, david ortiz didn't make a splash, he made a cannonball. in the top of the first, ortiz gets all of that and puts the red sox up 3-0. earlier, smoltz had hit nolan but in the bottom of the third, he hit back. the rookie got his tenth home run and ties the score at 3-3. jacob ellsbury loves playing the orioles. he sends the orioles with the 4-3 lead with that homer. he just kills us all the time. now, ellsbury giveth and now he will taketh away. he catches that ball. lou scott says you've got to be kidding me. deep shot to center field and in the seventh, it was good night. kevin youkilis hits a two-run homer. he gives the red sox the lead for good. they go on to win, 6-5, and will play at the yard later on tonight. >>> it's saturday and it's time for "did you see that?" >> reporter: when you are at a ball game, always
for travel. no delays on the camden, penn, or brunswick lines. for the mta transit team, i'm mark jones. rioi msy <..-get-h
is to run by camden yards and inner harbor with major straightaways on pratt, russell, light, and conway streets. >> it is a huge win for baltimore generally agree. imagine having a car speeding along the waterfront like in california. people are recognizing that we can have these great international events. >> as far as the state department of the business and economic development, they are reeling from the chelsea-milan soccer match. >> i've never seen the number of restaurants and hotels that were full of folks who wanted to come here to see the game and a backdrop. >> joining us to talk more about this idea is indycar racing hall of famer al unser jr.. thank you for coming in, and ceo of baltimore racing development read why is baltimore a good then you for this? >> it is a really good fit with the racing because of where it is located. you are 3 miles south of new york, washington, d.c., virginia is south of us. it is the eastern seaboard. it is well populated. >> location, location, location. where the course take us? >> it is to showcase for the downtown harbor area is. back acros
's mark jones. good morning. >> reporter: the trains are operating on time. the mark, camden, penn and brunswick lines. the problem is on the bus systems. you'll want to allow lots of time due to the weather of course and diversions in the downtown area including the numbers 1, 8, 20, 36, 40, and 5 and 91. they are diverted westbound at fayette and park due to utility work. the number 5, 19, 27, 91 diverted at eutaw. allow extra time for trouble. for the mta transit team, i'm mark jones. wow, is this... fiber one honey clusters? yes. it's delicious. delicious. i know. but it can't have... can't have about half a day's worth of fiber? i assure you it does. i was expecting... expecting sawdust and cardboard? i know. i can only taste... only taste the crunchy clusters, honey, and brown sugar. no madam, i don't have esp. ok. i'll take a box, but you probably already knew that. (announcer) fiber one. cardboard no. delicious yes. this is more thas-cuto lode itsay, "o" ...i-can-get-him-a- math-tutor" button. it's my "save-so-much- on-school-supplies- he-can-stop-using-his-sister's- old-ba
at camden yards a rain delayed game. then a rain drain delay. the drains were not working that took extra time. we to to the bottom of the 8th. >> buck: what a big pinch hit for carroll knocked in a run ad another thrown out at the plate. 21st r.b.i. for carroll examining it to 5- 3. and a 12 hit game. on the mound is sipp. starts here with izturis. and has a single. bullpen is going to get a lot of use. that's in the dirt. raining again 16789 ball, 1 strike count. indians had ten or more hits in 11 of the last 14 games. second half after the all-star break was produced. the pitch. 2-1. >> buck: i think the competition has pushed them -- them to have and a nice job of incorporating the younger players into the hitting philosophy. and. >> gary: they're averaging five runs a game. they had the big 13 run and 13 hits last night. now down by 2 in this one. 2-2 delivery. izturis in the air. center field. sizemore. he has it. 1 away bottom of the 8th. .jones walked and scored. he got on and markakis brought him home with an r.b.i. double. 281.
more on the ravens plus the orioles start 4 game series with the indian at camden yard. coming up after nfl pre-season game between the dolphins and bucks here on fox 45 tonight at 8. back to you. >>> we have great weather to kick off maryland state fair this year. vytas live once again with the sky watch forecast. have you tried the funnel cake yet? it is awesome up there. >> no. not yet. but i will be facing one of those a little later on. i know they are succulent. that's the best word for it. 128 maryland state fair tonight. the fun is tonight because it's ride mania from 6 to 9 okay. only 15 dollars. get out here and ride all the rides as many times as you want. i see them cranking up the chopper behind me. the crazy chopper and also they have the fire ball that spins around here. screaming from that and more rides back there. star ship 4000. a lot of good stuff and good fun to bring the family out and have good time with after you get a chance out tonight. 11 more days to get out here and enjoy. official kick off begins tomorrow and we have the boys to men co
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